10 letter words ending in ist

Abiogenist (n.) One who believes that life can be produced independently of antecedent.

Absolutist (n.) One who is in favor of an absolute or autocratic government.

Absolutist (n.) One who believes that it is possible to realize a cognition or concept of the absolute.

Absolutist (a.) Of or pertaining to absolutism; arbitrary; despotic; as, absolutist principles.

Acephalist (n.) One who acknowledges no head or superior.

Acolothist (n.) See Acolythist.

Acolythist (n.) An acolyte.

Aerologist (n.) One versed in aerology.

Agricolist (n.) A cultivator of the soil; an agriculturist.

Agronomist (n.) One versed in agronomy; a student of agronomy.

Alcoranist (n.) One who adheres to the letter of the Koran, rejecting all traditions.

Algebraist (n.) One versed in algebra.

Algologist (n.) One learned about algae; a student of algology.

Alkoranist (n.) Same as Alcoranist.

Allegorist (n.) One who allegorizes; a writer of allegory.

Amethodist (n.) One without method; a quack.

Amnicolist (n.) One who lives near a river.

Anabaptist (n.) A name sometimes applied to a member of any sect holding that rebaptism is necessary for those baptized in infancy.

Anecdotist (n.) One who relates or collects anecdotes.

Antagonist (n.) One who contends with another, especially in combat; an adversary; an opponent.

Antagonist (n.) A muscle which acts in opposition to another; as a flexor, which bends a part, is the antagonist of an extensor, which extends it.

Antagonist (n.) A medicine which opposes the action of another medicine or of a poison when absorbed into the blood or tissues.

Antagonist (a.) Antagonistic; opposing; counteracting; as, antagonist schools of philosophy.

Antarchist (n.) One who opposes all government.

Antichrist (n.) A denier or opponent of Christ. Specif.: A great antagonist, person or power, expected to precede Christ's second coming.

Antinomist (n.) An Antinomian.

Antitheist (n.) A disbeliever in the existence of God.

Apiologist (n.) A student of bees.

Appanagist (n.) A prince to whom an appanage has been granted.

Arcubalist (n.) A crossbow.

Areopagist (n.) See Areopagite.

Assientist (n.) A shareholder of the Assiento company; one of the parties to the Assiento contract.

Atmologist (n.) One who is versed in atmology.

Autotheist (n.) One given to self-worship.

Balloonist (n.) An aeronaut.

Bassoonist (n.) A performer on the bassoon.

Bilinguist (n.) One versed in two languages.

Bourbonist (n.) One who adheres to the house of Bourbon; a legitimist.

Brahmanist (n.) Alt. of Brahminist

Brahminist (n.) An adherent of the religion of the Brahmans.

Bryologist (n.) One versed in bryology.

Bullionist (n.) An advocate for a metallic currency, or a paper currency always convertible into gold.

Capitalist (n.) One who has capital; one who has money for investment, or money invested; esp. a person of large property, which is employed in business.

Cartoonist (n.) One skilled in drawing cartoons.

Categorist (n.) One who inserts in a category or list; one who classifies.

Celibatist (n.) One who lives unmarried.

Cetologist (a.) One versed in cetology.

Charterist (n.) Same as Chartist.

Classicist (n.) One learned in the classics; an advocate for the classics.

Colloquist (n.) A speaker in a colloquy or dialogue.

Conclavist (n.) One of the two ecclesiastics allowed to attend a cardinal in the conclave.

Concordist (n.) The compiler of a concordance.

Conformist (n.) One who conforms or complies; esp., one who conforms to the Church of England, or to the Established Church, as distinguished from a dissenter or nonconformist.

Councilist (n.) One who belong to a council; one who gives an opinion.

Cumulatist (n.) One who accumulates; one who collects.

Decalogist (n.) One who explains the decalogue.

Demonomist (n.) One in subjection to a demon, or to demons.

Diatribist (n.) One who makes a diatribe or diatribes.

Discursist (n.) A discourser.

Diurnalist (n.) A journalist.

Emancipist (n.) A freed convict.

Empiricist (n.) An empiric.

Enigmatist (n.) One who makes, or talks in, enigmas.

Ephemerist (n.) One who studies the daily motions and positions of the planets.

Ephemerist (n.) One who keeps an ephemeris; a journalist.

Epitaphist (n.) An epitapher.

Eternalist (n.) One who holds the existence of matter to be from eternity.

Ethologist (n.) One who studies or writes upon ethology.

Eudemonist (n.) Alt. of Eudaemonist

Euhemerist (n.) One who advocates euhemerism.

Factionist (n.) One who promotes faction.

Fashionist (n.) An obsequious follower of the modes and fashions.

Federalist (n.) An advocate of confederation; specifically (Amer. Hist.), a friend of the Constitution of the United States at its formation and adoption; a member of the political party which favored the administration of president Washington.

Fictionist (n.) A writer of fiction.

Fluvialist (n.) One who exlpains geological phenomena by the action of streams.

Fluxionist (n.) One skilled in fluxions.

Fourierist (n.) Alt. of Fourierite

Fumifugist (n.) One who, or that which, drives away smoke or fumes.

Fustianist (n.) A writer of fustian.

Geophagist (n.) One who eats earth, as dirt, clay, chalk, etc.

Glacialist (n.) One who attributes the phenomena of the drift, in geology, to glaciers.

Glossarist (n.) A writer of glosses or of a glossary; a commentator; a scholiast.

Grammatist (n.) A petty grammarian.

Hautboyist (n.) A player on the hautboy.

Horologist (n.) One versed in horology.

Humoralist (n.) One who favors the humoral pathology or believes in humoralism.

Hylotheist (n.) One who believes in hylotheism.

Ideologist (n.) One who treats of ideas; one who theorizes or idealizes; one versed in the science of ideas, or who advocates the doctrines of ideology.

Ignicolist (n.) A worshiper of fire.

Interjoist (n.) The space or interval between two joists.

Interjoist (n.) A middle joist or crossbeam.

Intertwist (v. t.) To twist together one with another; to intertwine.

Journalist (n.) One who keeps a journal or diary.

Journalist (n.) The conductor of a public journal, or one whose business it to write for a public journal; an editorial or other professional writer for a periodical.

Legitimist (n.) One who supports legitimate authority; esp., one who believes in hereditary monarchy, as a divine right.

Legitimist (n.) Specifically, a supporter of the claims of the elder branch of the Bourbon dynasty to the crown of France.

Lexiconist (n.) A writer of a lexicon.

Liberalist (n.) A liberal.

Libidinist (n.) One given to lewdness.

Librettist (n.) One who makes a libretto.

Literalist (n.) One who adheres to the letter or exact word; an interpreter according to the letter.

Magazinist (n.) One who edits or writes for a magazine.

Mahometist (n.) A Mohammedan.

Manicheist (n.) Manichaean.

Martialist (n.) A warrior.

Mazologist (n.) One versed in mazology or mastology.

Mediocrist (n.) A mediocre person.

Meditatist (n.) One who is given to meditation.

Miasmatist (n.) One who has made a special study of miasma.

Militarist (n.) A military man.

Millennist (n.) One who believes in the millennium.

Mineralist (n.) One versed in minerals; mineralogist.

Misogamist (n.) A hater of marriage.

Misogynist (n.) A woman hater.

Monarchist (n.) An advocate of, or believer in, monarchy.

Monogamist (n.) One who practices or upholds monogamy.

Monogenist (n.) One who maintains that the human races are all of one species; -- opposed to polygenist.

Monologist (n.) One who soliloquizes; esp., one who monopolizes conversation in company.

Monopolist (n.) One who monopolizes; one who has a monopoly; one who favors monopoly.

Monotheist (n.) One who believes that there is but one God.

Monotonist (n.) One who talks in the same strain or on the same subject until weariness is produced.

Mycologist (n.) One who is versed in, or who studies, mycology.

Myropolist (n.) One who sells unguents or perfumery.

Naturalist (n.) One versed in natural science; a student of natural history, esp. of the natural history of animals.

Naturalist (n.) One who holds or maintains the doctrine of naturalism in religion.

Neutralist (n.) A neutral; one who professes or practices neutrality.

Nominalist (n.) One of a sect of philosophers in the Middle Ages, who adopted the opinion of Roscelin, that general conceptions, or universals, exist in name only.

Nosologist (n.) One versed in nosology.

Ontologist (n.) One who is versed in or treats of ontology.

Opinionist (n.) One fond of his own notions, or unduly attached to his own opinions.

Orchardist (n.) One who cultivates an orchard.

Orthoepist (n.) One who is skilled in orthoepy.

Pancratist (n.) An athlete; a gymnast.

Panegyrist (n.) One who delivers a panegyric; a eulogist; one who extols or praises, either by writing or speaking.

Panslavist (n.) One who favors Panslavism.

Parabolist (n.) A narrator of parables.

Paradoxist (n.) One who proposes a paradox.

Partialist (n.) One who is partial.

Partialist (n.) One who holds that the atonement was made only for a part of mankind, that is, for the elect.

Passionist (n.) A member of a religious order founded in Italy in 1737, and introduced into the United States in 1852. The members of the order unite the austerities of the Trappists with the activity and zeal of the Jesuits and Lazarists. Called also Barefooted Clerks of the Most Holy Cross.

Paulianist (n.) A follower of Paul of Samosata, a bishop of Antioch in the third century, who was deposed for denying the divinity of Christ.

Penologist (n.) One versed in, or a student of, penology.

Phalangist (n.) Any arboreal marsupial of the genus Phalangista. The vulpine phalangist (P. vulpina) is the largest species, the full grown male being about two and a half feet long. It has a large bushy tail.

Pharmacist (n.) One skilled in pharmacy; a pharmaceutist; a druggist.

Physoclist (n.) One of the Physoclisti.

Plagiarist (n.) One who plagiarizes; or purloins the words, writings, or ideas of another, and passes them off as his own; a literary thief; a plagiary.

Pleasurist (n.) A person devoted to worldly pleasure.

Polemicist (n.) A polemic.

Politicist (n.) A political writer.

Polygamist (a.) One who practices polygamy, or maintains its lawfulness.

Polygenist (n.) One who maintains that animals of the same species have sprung from more than one original pair; -- opposed to monogenist.

Red-tapist (n.) One who is tenacious of a strict adherence to official formalities.

Revivalist (n.) A clergyman or layman who promotes revivals of religion; an advocate for religious revivals; sometimes, specifically, a clergyman, without a particular charge, who goes about to promote revivals. Also used adjectively.

Rhapsodist (n.) Anciently, one who recited or composed a rhapsody; especially, one whose profession was to recite the verses of Hormer and other epic poets.

Rhapsodist (n.) Hence, one who recites or sings poems for a livelihood; one who makes and repeats verses extempore.

Rhapsodist (n.) One who writes or speaks disconnectedly and with great excitement or affectation of feeling.

Ruricolist (n.) An inhabitant of the country.

Sanhedrist (n.) A member of the sanhedrin.

Sanitarist (n.) A sanitarian.

Schematist (n.) One given to forming schemes; a projector; a schemer.

Scrupulist (n.) A scrupler.

Seminarist (n.) A member of, or one educated in, a seminary; specifically, an ecclesiastic educated for the priesthood in a seminary.

Sensualist (n.) One who is sensual; one given to the indulgence of the appetites or senses as the means of happiness.

Sensualist (n.) One who holds to the doctrine of sensualism.

Separatist (n.) One who withdraws or separates himself; especially, one who withdraws from a church to which he has belonged; a seceder from an established church; a dissenter; a nonconformist; a schismatic; a sectary.

Sinecurist (n.) One who has a sinecure.

Sinologist (n.) A sinologue.

Specialist (n.) One who devotes himself to some specialty; as, a medical specialist, one who devotes himself to diseases of particular parts of the body, as the eye, the ear, the nerves, etc.

Spermalist (n.) See Spermist.

Stigmatist (n.) One believed to be supernaturally impressed with the marks of Christ's wounds. See Stigma, 8.

Strategist (n.) One skilled in strategy, or the science of directing great military movements.

Subjectist (n.) One skilled in subjective philosophy; a subjectivist.

Suffragist (n.) One who possesses or exercises the political right of suffrage; a voter.

Suffragist (n.) One who has certain opinions or desires about the political right of suffrage; as, a woman suffragist.

Symmetrist (n.) One eminently studious of symmetry of parts.

Sympathist (n.) One who sympathizes; a sympathizer.

Symphonist (n.) A composer of symphonies.

Syncretist (n.) One who attempts to unite principles or parties which are irreconcilably at variance;

Syncretist (n.) an adherent of George Calixtus and other Germans of the seventeenth century, who sought to unite or reconcile the Protestant sects with each other and with the Roman Catholics, and thus occasioned a long and violent controversy in the Lutheran church.

Synonymist (n.) One who collects or explains synonyms.

Synthesist (n.) One who employs synthesis, or who follows synthetic methods.

Taxonomist (n.) One skilled in taxonomy.

Technicist (n.) One skilled in technics or in one or more of the practical arts.

Textualist (n.) A textman; a textuary.

Textuarist (n.) A textuary.

Theogonist (n.) A writer on theogony.

Theologist (n.) A theologian.

Threnodist (n.) One who composes, delivers, or utters, a threnode, or threnody.

Ubiquitist (n.) Alt. of Ubiquitarian

Ubiquitist (n.) Same as Ubiquist.

Utopianist (n.) An Utopian; an optimist.

Vaticanist (n.) One who strongly adheres to the papal authority; an ultramontanist.

Versionist (n.) One who makes or favors a version; a translator.

Vocabulist (n.) The writer or maker of a vocabulary; a lexicographer.

Volapukist (n.) One who is conversant with, or who favors adoption of, Volapuk.

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